I've noticed that people are very obsessed with strength, seem to put people in a mindset in which they don't listen to their bodies, get lost in the method of mixing / increasing their gains, and in the end I think it leads to a very neurotic mindset that can be very destructive in the long run if you become obsessed.
I see a comment after the comment and posted another post with questions like:
"Is walking good for you / considered an exercise?"
Can I lift weights and do cardio exercises?
For a start, stop trying to find a methodology for everything by scrolling online. Go over there and do these things yourself and listen to your body, it will give you an awesome amount of your comments.
Secondly, if you can lift a decent weight but you cannot run for 20 minutes in a therapeutic BPM, then you are strong, but you are not "fit". They are a lot of people here who I think will be more at home in / r / bodybuilding. Do not give specific bodybuilding advice to people who are starting to get fit. Most people just want to feel healthy and the risk or injury increases when they first engage in astronomical activity if you start raising the dead and running the hill straight from the cuff without at least relieving yourself.
Is walking good for you? Yes. of course it is. Its very minimal therapeutic. Is it an exercise? Find a hill and see for yourself.
These are just a few examples that I have read that make me become extremely skeptical of people's mindset here.
Find what you enjoy, live and breathe. You will never be good at something compelling yourself to do more than something you actively enjoy.